The Montreal Laboratory in Montreal, Quebec, Canada was established by the National Research Council of Canada to undertake nuclear research, and to take over some of the scientists and projects from the Tube Alloys nuclear project in Britain. The laboratory was associated to the American Manhattan Project, and was the result of a collaboration between the United Kingdom and Canada.
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